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Abstract

Six strains of a novel yeast species were isolated from species trees in native forests in Patagonia, Argentina. The strains were isolated from bark, fluxes and the ectomycorrhizospheric soil fraction of , and Analysis of the D1/D2 large-subunit rDNA sequences indicated that the novel species belonged to the genus and is closely related to . The name sp. nov. is proposed to accommodate these strains. The type strain is UWOPS 99-807.3 (=CBS 11611=NRRL Y-48670).

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